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Lesson Plans

Have a written lesson plan for each training session or practice. You cannot have a good practice if you do not have an idea of what you want to accomplish during that practice. The plan may be written out in detail on a practice planning form (see sample Lesson Plan Form). Writing down your plan will help you think through the equipment and setup you will need for the topics to be covered.
 
Below are sample lesson plans written by Kentucky Youth Soccer. No commercial reproduction, adaptation, distribution or transmission of any part or parts of lesson plan or any information contained, herein by any means whatsoever is permitted without the prior written permission of Kentucky Youth Soccer.
 
If you have questions about any of these lesson plans, please contact Adrian Parrish.
 
 

Attacking & Shooting

 

Defending

 
 

Dribbling

 

Fitness/Psychological

 

Formation/Systems of Play

Full Sided (4-4-2) - Flat Midfield
Full Sided (4-4-2) - Diamond Midfield
 

Warm Up Activities

 

Set Plays

 

Goalkeeping

by Chris Hershey, New York State West ODP Head GK Coach
by Leah Castleman, Head Women’s Coach, Georgetown College
Goalkeeping – Improving Strength by Jacob Sither, Kentucky Youth Soccer ODP Head GK Coach
Individual Goalkeeping Activities By Rob Parker, Goalkeeper Coach 
 

Passing/Receiving

Passing Activities for Pre Game Warm Ups 
 

Possession

 

Tactical

 

Additional Activities

 

 
 
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